7 Pictures of a Photoluminescent Table That Looks Radioactive
Photo credit: Mike Warren via BoredPanda and ColossalNo, this isn't a movie prop or something from outer space, but just a homemade table by Mike Warren. He simply took a few planks of Pecky cypress wood, photoluminescent powder, resin, some tools, and spent a few days working on it. The cool glow-i
Made from red oak plywood, first time I've used iron on veneer edging. I like it, easy to use. Except the top and bottom pieces each piece has two ¼ inch deep x ¾ wide rabbits. All glued and screwed together with pocket hole joinery. Staine...
Upcycled Home decor
With the hubs being a student, I have had to find ways to decorate our home on a seriously small budget. I have developed an interest in taking random objects and finding a way to decorate with them. It’s a Read More...
Great place for your trinkets and small pictures. The shelfs are precut pieces of poplar wood. The shutter is just an old recycled shutter, as is, with its dings and improfections. The shelves are not attached, so you can space them out how ever you want to. It is antique white in color. If you want it a different color, I will paint it for an additional $10.00. It is 28 in. tall and the shelves are 24 in . wide. You can hang it or sit it on the floor.
This Shelf Looks Radioactive, But It's All Just an Optical Illusion
Photo credit: RedditWeb designer / graphic artist Mat Brown created these awesome shelves with his own hands, and not some computer program. He says, "We were running a bit short on shelving in the kitchen and wanted somewhere we could store all the preserves we're going to make from the garden this
How to Make a Penny Tabletop with 5000 Pennies and Some Spare Time
Are you one of those types of people who store all your unwanted pennies in a big jar at home? I am. I absolutely hate having jingling coins in my bag that only serve the